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  • Image of an infographic detailing our Lightweight Case cartridge

    16 Sep 2021

    Lightweight case, Improved performance: Every ounce matters

    To meet the significant drive for lightweight munitions within the Defence sector, our Munitions business has, in partnership with the UK Ministry of Defence, developed a lightweight 5.56 x 45mm cartridge.

    16 Sep 2021

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  • 8 Sep 2021

    Committed to supporting those who serve

    Dedicated Navy Reservist Eaden Bowler recently completed her training through the Naval Environmental Training Programme (NETP) in Halifax, successfully combining her military career with her role at BAE Systems Canada.

    8 Sep 2021

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  • BAE Systems technology helps students predict forest fires

    11 Aug 2021

    BAE Systems’ geospatial software helps students assess and predict wildfire risk

    BAE Systems technology helps students predict forest fires

    11 Aug 2021

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  • Image | HMS GLASGOW takes a bow - image 1

    12 Jul 2021

    Type 26 features in The Telegraph

    Following an exclusive visit to BAE Systems’ shipyard in Glasgow, Alan Tovey, the industry editor of the Telegraph published a feature about the Type 26 programme.

    12 Jul 2021

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  • Image of employees and RAF colleagues with their beehives

    6 Jul 2021

    Hive of activity at RAF Coningsby

    Working with colleagues from the Royal Air Force, our employees at RAF Coningsby have formed a bee colony at the Lincolnshire base, as part of a wellbeing and conservation garden for those on site to enjoy.

    6 Jul 2021

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  • Image of a white jigsaw with piece missing on green background

    28 Jun 2021

    Reducing carbon emissions from our carbon fibre waste

    Since Summer 2020, we’ve sent zero waste to landfill across Warton, Samlesbury and Brough sites in the UK.

    28 Jun 2021

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  • CGI showing PHASA-35™ flying above a mountain range. Clouds separate the UAV from the ground.

    28 Jun 2021

    Powered by the sun

    The science behind a new solar-powered aircraft being developed by British engineers

    28 Jun 2021

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  • Image of solar panel farm at Samlesbury

    28 Jun 2021

    The solar farm helping power a world-class jet facility

    A solar farm the size of eight football pitches is helping us to power the advanced manufacturing of world-class fighter jets.

    28 Jun 2021

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  • Image of the 2021 badge

    24 Jun 2021

    Three engineers 'Making Waves'

    When Lauren, Beth and Sophie recognised an opportunity to inspire the next generation of engineers through the Girl Guiding movement, they set about developing a bespoke engineering challenge badge.

    24 Jun 2021

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  • Future wearable cockpit technology

    19 Jun 2021

    Technologies transforming the future battlespace featured in The Times

    Following a visit to colleagues in our Air Sector in Lancashire, Larisa Brown at The Times looks at how technologies including the Future Combat Air System, Tempest and PHASA-35 pseudo-satellite could operate in a multi-domain battle space from sub-sea to space.

    19 Jun 2021

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  • Image of Tempest concept model at dawn

    18 Jun 2021

    Tempest featuredin the Financial Times

    As we gear up to the next phase of the Tempest programme, we spoke to Sylvia Pfeifer at the Financial Times, together with our partners, about the transformational approach we’re taking to design and build a future combat aircraft system.

    18 Jun 2021

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  • Image of WOD World Oceans Day

    8 Jun 2021

    World Oceans Day

    Reflections on World Oceans Day from our colleagues around the UK.

    8 Jun 2021

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  • Image of The Isle of Wight ‘Bat Professor’

    4 Jun 2021

    The Isle of Wight 'Bat Professor'

    Dr Jon Whitehurst is a Chief Engineer in our Naval Ships team. A highly regarded expert in his field, he is responsible for both the equipment, systems architecting and systems integration to enable our Royal Navy customer to ‘fight their ship’ to the required effect.

    4 Jun 2021

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  • TSP has reached 6,000 flight hours in overseas operations

    2 Jun 2021

    BAE Systems’ Tactical SIGINT Payload logs 6,000 successful flight hours overseas

    Mission-critical data for warfighters

    2 Jun 2021

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